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Oakridge Crossing Engagement Update

Hi everyone,

August will see the next phase of engagement in regards to this project take place.

In conjunction with the City of Calgary, we will be returning to the community to share revised plans. These activities are meant to inform you of what we have collectively heard during the last 2 years of engagement and how we have used your input to adjust plans where possible and necessary.

Once Administration is ready to make their recommendation on the application, all input gathered through all phases of engagement will also be used in reports provided to Calgary Planning Commission and City Council.

Engagement event details:

Open House, Sounding Boards and Online

In August, we will be returning to the community to share a revised application. Come out and participate in one of the many opportunities taking place in the Oakridge area:

Online Engagement
August 9 – 30

Open House
Location: Braeside Community Centre (11024 Braeside Dr. SW)
August 14 from 4:00 – 8:00 PM

Pop-up Event
Stay tuned for more details.

Sounding Board
Stay tuned for more details.
Location: Oakridge Co-op
August 23 – 30

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Thank you!

2 Comments
  • Gerry McAllister
    Posted at 01:40h, 20 August Reply

    The renderings don’t look too offensive but then that’s what the folks around the Brentwood redevelopment thought before the monstrosity that now exists was built, Many promises were made to get the project approved but according to what I’ve heard few, if any, were delivered. Have a look at it as you drive up Crowchild – high density housing at it’s cheapest and worst!

    • Admin
      Posted at 03:33h, 22 August Reply

      Hi Gerry – Thank you for your comments. We are not the same developer that did University City, which was geared towards the student demographic (which our project is not). We are a local company as well. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.

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